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What If Your Pupils Iris Always Dilated Even In Light
What do you suggest if my right eye's iris is about as dark as my pupil, while my left eye's iris is a light brown color. would this be considered heterochromia iridium?
Maybe: It depends on whether there is other pathology present. An ophthalmologist can look at your eyes and let you know. ...Read more
Pupil size: Bright light in the eyes does indeed cause your vision via the pupil to get smaller. Less light coming through the smaller pupil is usually the normal natural response to keep from overwhelming the retina. The peripheral field of vision is constricted with this respose and the central macula, needing the brighter level of light is in control. ...Read more
If someone has dialated pupils from a concussion. This means they don't react to light at all and are huge in size right?
Could you tell me if my eyes are light sensitive, will the red laser used during lasik be hard to stare at?
Probably not: The lights from the microscope are sometimes bright so that the surgeon can see what he/she is doing during the procedure. Fortunately, during the part when you have to carefully look at the red fixation target, the other lights are usually turned way down low to make it easier for you to see and fixate on the red target. You should be fine! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why do my pupils dialate for no reason? I don't do drugs and i don't consume any type of alcohol, but my pupils dialate at random. They are usually bigger than they should be and when the light is dimmer you can barely see the color in my eye because of t
There : There are many people with natural large pupils. They often have light colored iris and tend to be young. It is not a problem. As some people are tall and some short, some people have large pupils and some have small pupils. If you have always had large pupils, don't worry your eyes are fine. Actually, in renaissance italy, ladies will often take medicine made from a plant "bella donna" to make their pupils large. This was and still is considered sign of beauty. Bella donna translates into "pretty lady". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are you supposed to have a small pupil (unequal to the unaffected eye) after iridotomy and, if so, for how long?
Frequently: Iridotomy is done to protect your eye from an acute attack of glaucoma due to narrow angles (the space between the edge of the iris and the cornea). Usually a laser is applied to the iris to create a hole which by passes the normal fluid pathway preventing the problem. Your surgeon might have put into your eye a pupillary constrictor to aid in this and this makes the pupil smaller on that side. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If someone has bright green eyes, and then they go blind. If their eyes became a dull green, what is the exact cause of that?
Depends: I guess that would depend on why they went blind. Most likely, its not their iris that changed color but the cornea became hazy causing the green to be less bright. ...Read more
Brain tumor? I notice one pupil is just slightly larger than the other pupil. This happens to be the eye i get migraines in.
Unlikely: Brain tumors are rare.If that is the i you get your migraines in most likely why the highest dilated.Check your eyes when you do not have a headache 10% of the population as a dilated pupili do not know how long you've had your headaches but optic neuritis would also need to be considered.If you not not had your headaches evaluated i recommend that you get your headaches evaluated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
An exam can tell: It is hard to say what this is without an eye examination, but there are a number of normal variations in the coloration or the eye, iris, cornea, conjunctiva, and sclera of the the eye. Sometimes these are noticed coincidentally when looking closely at the eye in a mirror for another reason and may have been already present. Some change normally over time, but a sudden change should be checked. ...Read more
What are the white zig zags that will appear in your vision? They start out small in one eye and then get bigger in both eyes. Headache afterwards.
What are some possible explanations for my left pupil not dilating? My left eye does not take in as much light as my right eye in the dark. I did some experiments and made some observations that the left pupil does not dilate.
Several possibilitie: There are several possibilities. Two are old trauma or previous infection that has scarred your iris to your lens. The rest are neurological conditions that need to be sorted out by your specialist eye md (ophthalmologist). Your baseline condition is called anisocoria, which simply means pupils of different sizes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If someone has floaters, flashes of light and intermittent cloudy vision like a film over the eye what can it mean. There is no curtain or dark veil.
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